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fader

[′fād·ər]
(electronics)
A multiple-unit level control used for gradual changeover from one microphone, audio channel, or television camera to another.
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Physical consoles feature large physical on/off buttons combined with touch-sensitive motorized faders, allowing "eyes-free" operation; other functions such as source selection, bus assignments and macros appear on a 7" IPS touchscreen which can be fully customized.
Rath-Wiggins said she and her team conceptualized Fader in a manner that journalists are used to--going from scene to scene with a focus on narrative.
This was Dell and Converse's fourth year sponsoring Fader Fort, and Kraatz didn't want it to look like his company was coasting.
Fader, by way of introduction, could you characterize your patient population?
The Fader talked to Shmurda's attorney Howard Greenberg about his client.
In addition to helping audiences sift through festival offerings, the reviews represent a chance for kids to write about something they feel passionate about, Fader says.
And this Saturday night's record release party at Ralph's Chadwick Square Diner is the perfect time to jump on the Hey Now, Morris Fader bandwagon while the band is still local.
To accommodate all the travelling, Fader bought a pied-a-terra in Carnegie Hill and purchased a house in Beverly Hills from actress Angle Dickinson and her husband, pianist Burt Bacharach.
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Multi-instrumentalist Max McElligott's (aka Wolf Gang) SXSW debut was the talk of Austin and included packed shows at the NME Official Showcase and a show at the prestigious Fader Fort and finishing off with a show at the Neon Gold/Chess Club party.
In Mitzvah Girls, Ayala Fader provides a fascinating and nuanced view of a little-studied population, Bobover Hasidic women and girls.
Nick-les Fader said at the annual meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons.